Future Events

This is where you will find detailed listings of regional events that encourage collaborative working for the delivery of an improved built environment

For information relating to specific South East Excellence or SEEDA events, please contact Maxine Maclaren, Marketing and Events Manager at SEEDA on 01483 470156 or e-mail [email protected]

Future Events
20 February, 2007
Maximising Funding Streams and Improving Public/Private Partnership Working to Bridge the Infrastrucutre Funding Gap

20 February, 2007
Making Places: Working Together for Effective Delivery Workshop – Ashford

21 February, 2007
Checklist South East Workshop – East Malling

22 February, 2007
Making Places: Working Together for Effective Delivery Workshop – Gatwick

28 February, 2007
BURA / Berkeley Debate 3: Is the Planning System over laden with consultees?

28 February, 2007
Planning Policy Statement: Planning and Climate Change Practice Guidance Workshop

1 March, 2007
Making Places: Working Together for Effective Delivery Workshop – Oxford

1 March, 2007
SE BIDs NetworkShop

13 March, 2007
Chartered Institute of Housing South East Region – Conference and Exhibition 2007: Housing for a world class region?

13 March, 2007
MIPIM 2007

14 March, 2007
South East CPD Forum Meeting

16 March, 2007
Climate Change: how can planning meet the challenge?

19 March, 2007
Regional and Local Brownfield Strategies in SE England – RELEMCOM Workshop

26 March, 2007
Shifting Sands – The Role of Good Design in Seaside Regeneration

27 March, 2007
Bringing an Historic City into the 21st Century

28 March, 2007
BURA / Berkeley Debate 4: Housing management is the only thing that saves us from slums

29 March, 2007
The Future of Regeneration Profession in the South East

31 March, 2007

17 May, 2007
Sowing Seeds – working with schools towards sustainability – This unique website brings together the event programmes of professional institutions, voluntary community providers and commercial organisations across the UK, in a quick and easy manner. The user-friendly system enables searches to be made by keyword, region, and postcode or any combination to refine the number of events to look at.